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Free download Cambridge – Young Learners English Starters Practice Tests 1+2 (PDF+CD)

Posted In Learn English - By Techtiplib on Monday, February 27th, 2012 With 11 Comments

The Cambridge Young Learners English Tests are designed to test the English of primary school learners between the ages of 7 and 12. There are three levels: Starters, Movers and Flyers. The three tests are designed to take young learners of English as a foreign language from beginner to Waystage. There are no pass or fail grades for these tests. All students taking the tests receive between one and five shields in each component to show how they have performed. Movers, the second level, is aimed at students aged between 8 and 11.

The Cambridge ESOL Young Learners English Tests are often a child’s first experience of exams and the emphasis is very much on making the experience a positive one. This is reflected both in our beautifully illustrated practice tests and in the Teacher’s Notes, with practical activity ideas for each of the Cambridge ESOL YLE Starters, Movers and Flyers tests. These books are the ideal bridge between coursebook and exam.

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Four complete practice tests for each level of the YLE tests, covering the four skills. * Beautiful full-colour artwork by a range of children’s illustrators makes the tests a pleasure to use. * Written by very experienced teachers, teacher trainers and examiners. * Unique double-page spread ‘speaking picture’ which gives authentic exam practice and also has added value in the classroom (with step-by-step teacher’s notes on activities to use in class). Easy-to-use, downloadable Teacher’s Notes guide teachers through the exam, provide extra activities and ideas for presenting and practising language and reflect the positive ethos of the exam



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  1. oguz says:

    you are great but it could be easy to download botton.

  2. manana says: